May 8, 2018

THE SOURCE News and Trends in CRE

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Online Transactions Temporarily Unavailable

NAIOP is transitioning to a new database and will have temporary outages for online transactions May 11-13. Call us for assistance.
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Welcome, New NAIOP Members!

NAIOP welcomed 275 new members in April. From investors, owners and developers to architects, brokers, engineers and other professionals, NAIOP is commercial real estate.
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Register for Members-only Webinar: Urban Progress and What It Means for Owners

In the past, the contractor and services side controlled details on pricing and work progress, passing information to owners as necessary. Learn how owners are reclaiming their data, and driving urban progress in the process, in this Advantage Series webinar on May 15 from 2-2:45 p.m. ET. Webinar sponsored by Versico Roofing Systems.
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The Art – and Business – of Museum Development

Opening a new museum is a massive, time-intensive undertaking, but one that pays off – not only for their educational and cultural value, but for their job-generation and other contributions to the economy.
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Developing Leaders: Apply for NAIOP’s Prestigious Industry Honor

NAIOP’s 2018 Developing Leaders Award honors up-and-coming commercial real estate professionals, 35 years of age and under, for their valued contributions and commitment to the industry. Award recipients will be honored at CRE.Converge 2018. Apply by June 29.
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I.CON Registration Fees Increase May 10

I.CON 2018 will be held June 7-8 in Jersey City, New Jersey. Don't miss this critical conference for the industrial real estate sector and your opportunity to network and share strategies with top industrial leaders from across North America. Register now and save!
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Double Coverage – in a Good Way

Add your company listing to the Buyers Guide and the top power players in commercial real estate will see your listing online and in print for a full year. Contact us to secure your placement!
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Raising the Roof

The average clear height of warehouse ceilings has increased steadily over the past 20 years, reports Development magazine, from an average or 25 feet clear 20 years ago to an average of 32 feet clear today, and even higher for mega-sized distribution buildings.
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Tariffs, BUILD Grants are Highlights this Week in Washington, D.C.

The Trump administration is working to finalize several trade agreements.
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Industry News

Profiles in High Performance: The Most Innovative US City Governments

Governing magazine recently released a report examining seven key characteristics of high-performing U.S. city governments.
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A Living Blockchain Database

A startup is creating a platform based on blockchain technology wherein participants can add and verify information about office spaces through a peer-to-peer ledger system.
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Freightos: The Uber of Shipping?

The online marketplace wants to disrupt the $19-trillion logistics industry by offering a platform that makes shipping a product around the world “as easy as hailing an Uber.”
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